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Zii Jia climbs to world number two ahead of French Open

Zii Jia climbs to world number two ahead of French Open

Lee Zii Jia was ranked the top two spots according to his BWF world rankings, two days after he was crowned Denmark Open runner-up on Sunday. The Malaysian was able to catch Viktor Axelsen with 92,528 points to create a significant gap between him and the world's number 3 Anders Antonsen.

With Antonsen being out for the rest of the season Lee will be able to build on his success in securing his place in the second round of the forthcoming French Open and Hylo Open,report by slot casino online malaysia.

Lee performed well in his participation in the Denmark Open by reaching the final but was knocked out in just three matches by Chinese's Shi Yu Qi. Lee stated that he was pleased with his Denmark performance Lee is confident of repeating the same feat in Paris starting with a first-round match with Indonesian Shesar Hiren Rhustavito on Wednesday.

If all goes to plan, he'll be in line for a final eight game against Jonatan Christie. He could also play Shi and Axelsen at the quarterfinals. In the doubles for men World champions Aaron Chia-Soh Wooi Yuk are on the same team as Kevin Sanjaya Skomuljo-Marcus Gideon, who beat them in the Denmark Open semis.

The fourth seed will face the first round of competition against China's LiangWei Keng-Wang Chang. They will aim to continue their winning run at this Super 750 tournament. There are a few other male doubles pairings also, including Man Wei Chong Chong-Kai Tee, Ong Yew Sin-Teo Ee Yi Tan Kian Meng-Tan Kiong, and Goh Sze Fei-Nur. Goh-Izzuddin is a particular player who will be looking to recover from a shaky exit at the Denmark Open as they face Danes Kim Astrup and Anders Rasmussen.